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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

In the news today: July 10, 2007

  • Eric Zom, a Chicago Tribune columnist, discusses criminal illegal immigrants (and differentiates them from illegal immigrants whose only crimes are their undocumented status). He ties his discussion to a current trial in Chicago.
  • Drew Westen, a HuffingtonPost columnist, writes about language and what he perceives as its connection to the failed immigration reform bill.
  • The Arizona Republic reports that employers are confused about tough new hiring laws that go into effect in that state on January 1, 2008. From the article: "The employer-sanctions law will revoke the license of any company caught twice with undocumented workers "knowingly" on the payroll. A first offense can bring a suspension."

2 comments:

MaryST said...

Article about the criminal illegal alien who murdered that kid is sadly all too common in this country; also sadly all too common, is that La Raza uses its multi-million-dollar tax-payer funded warchest to fight against any and all measures that would protect our communities against criminal illegals. Serial killers, child molesters, gang members -- La Raza doesn't care, as long as it means keeping as many members of The Race in the US as possible. Then they whine when people blame them for the deaths of innocent Americans. I agree that La Raza, LULAC, Maldef and the other race-based lobbying organizations have blood on their hands. (Yes I know the illegal alien in this case was a black African, not from Mexico or Latin America, but La Raza et. al. sees the enforcement of our immigration laws against even hardened and habitual criminals as in conflict with their agenda.)

I collect these stories and print them out on my printer. I have a stack more than a ream high of news stories about Americans being raped, assaulted, killed in drunk driving accidents, murdered, etc. by illegals, many with habitual criminal records or who had been deported several times before their current brush with the law.

It is very disheartening to realize that neither our "government" nor many of our fellow Americans (like the ones who belong to La Raza) care about this slaughter of our innocents, even when it's our children who are being hurt.

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